Best conveyancing quotes will include everything you need to ensure that your property purchase and/or sale goes smoothly. As long as your conveyancer has done their job well, there should be no problems when it comes to exchanging contracts and completing the sale. After you have signed the contract, is it legally binding?
Sometimes, through no fault of their own or because they have simply changed their minds, buyers or sellers change their minds about the purchase of a property. Conveyancing solicitors will be able to get everything ready for the exchange of contracts to take place, but if one party within the sale decides not to go ahead, can the contract be amended or even voided completely?
The answer is that all contracts such as this, once signed, are legally binding and completely enforceable. Of course, there are situations in which the sale cannot go ahead due to issues with money, health, even a death or an absolutely unexpected problem such as a major crime. The law, however, does not take any of this into account and once the contracts are signed, you will have to sell your house, or purchase the house you had intended to buy – or both.
Conveyancing quotes will generally not be able to provide a contingency or insurance for events such as this, as it will cost a lot to protect everything within the chain from this happening. The only way to leave the contract would be to pay a large sum to break it and you would lose your deposit too.
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